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“I Hate Psychoanalysing, But I Do it All the Time”

Monday, October 18th, 2010

This one, almost throw-away comment from the last week’s NFL coverage by the astute commentator and former player, Mike Carlson, tells us everything about psychology, and psychoanalysing, and it’s place in life.

Efficiency, Self-Mastery and Discipline Bring Success

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Germany have just stunned the footballing world by beating favourties Argentina 4-0, and last week beat the English team 4-1, but I think the signs were there earlier, not necessarily in footballing terms, but in general approaches to work, and I remember back to the TV programme, Grand Designs, for clues as to why.

Wisdom Practice Mantra

Monday, January 25th, 2010

I thought that today I would post a reminder of the classical wisdom practice mantra. So if you fancy a little exercise to get you more in touch with the deepest, most grounded you, your Authentic Self, you might like to say the following along with me.

Quotes on Strength, Persistence and Stability

Monday, January 4th, 2010

I was given a gift of three mugs with personal development messages for Christmas, so I thought I’d share them with you all here through this blog.

Being Proactive Is Our First Port of Call

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

I have just added a new page on Being Proactive as part of a series of pages I am developing to introduce the basics of Life Coaching, or rather of coaching oneself.

A Handy Ken Wilber Video on The Spiritual Path

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

I’ve just come across this wonderful video of Ken Wilber’s, explaining and talking about ‘the Aloneness of the Spiritual Path’, and also it’s another very good reminder of Emptiness and the essence of the Authentic Self.

The Art of The Freedom to Cry

The Art of The Freedom to Cry

The intellectual thought that one must not allow oneself to cry is a negative, limiting belief, and one which will cause much damage until we renounce it, individually and socially. Read more...

Witnessing and Emotional Mastery

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There’s a saying in Scotland that if you don’t like the weather, wait twenty minutes. The same is true of emotions, which also carry 'gifts'. Read more...